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Year 5 – Camelot

Welcome to Camelot Class!

Mrs Ward

Mrs Tandy - TA

In Camelot class we aim to develop skills of independence and resilience. We promote a positive attitude to learning and to our school rules of Ready, Respectful, Safe.  

What kind of assessment is there in Camelot? 

Writing is continually assessed throughout the year with a judgement being made as to whether the children have made the expected standard at the end of the year. Maths, Reading and Grammar are tested at the end of each term. 

Statutory spellings for year 5 children are tested three times a year. 

Year 5 statutory spellings 

How can I help my child in Camelot? 

  • Please encourage your child to read independently for ten minutes each night and listen to them read at least three times a week. Although by Year 5 many children may be fluent readers, in order to continue their reading development, it is important that parents share books with their child discussing new vocabulary and content in increasingly more challenging texts. It is important that children bring their reading book to school every day. 
  • Support your child in learning their times tables up to 12 x 12 and the corresponding division facts. 
  • Please encourage your child to practise and reinforce their learning using the online platforms below. 

Spellings will be sent home each Monday and tested on the Friday. Weekly homework will be sent out every Friday to be returned by the following Thursday. 

School day  

  • 8.50am. The doors are open and children are allowed to come into school and work in their classroom under supervision of the class teacher. 
  • 9:00am.  The school day officially starts and the register is taken. 
  • 10.15am.  Morning play starts. 
    10.30am.  Morning play ends. 
  • 12:15pm – 1.15 p.m. KS2 Lunchtime
  • 3.20pm.  The school day finishes for all children. 

PE Days 

Camelot class have their PE on Wednesday afternoon and Monday morning. On days when the children have PE they are able to come to school in their school PE kit. 

Planned trips and special events/ themed days/ occasions 

Throughout the year children will be given the opportunity to enjoy and take part in outdoor activities including Forest School, theme days/weeks and educational visits outside school including a trip to the River Wyre as part of our Geography work.  

Communication and learning links  

Communication for general information between parent and teachers will take place via Dojo. For more important matters or appointments please contact the school office. 

Online Resources

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